10 Ways to Help Your Child With Their Writing – Poster

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Do you find your child struggling with a limited vocabulary? Have you noticed the repetition of the same words popping up frequently in their creative writing exercises? Fret not, as this is a common problem amongst young writers, and with guidance and a little practice, their vocabulary can improve significantly. Our language experts can help your child achieve this by providing engaging exercises and fun games to improve their vocabulary, taking their creative writing to the next level!

In today’s tech-driven world, children find activities such as writing mundane. Yet, writing is a crucial life skill and imperative for success in the 11 Plus exam. Mastery of writing at a good standard is necessary to excel in it. In short, as children immerse themselves further in screens and gadgets, cultivating a writing habit could well be the key to their future success.

Children who dislike writing often lack confidence, do not enjoy reading, and often struggle to develop ideas for writing. If your child struggles in all three of these areas, getting much writing out of them can be frustrating for all concerned.

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Writing is a fundamental skill, but it can be difficult for children who struggle with it. Finding ways to encourage and motivate them is essential, but it can also be a challenge for parents. That’s where Geek School Tutoring comes in – we offer a range of resources, including a free infographic, to help children warm up to the idea of writing and develop their confidence. Our expert tutors are also on hand to provide one-on-one support and guidance tailored to your child’s needs. If you’re looking for ways to support your child and help them reach their full potential, get in touch with us today!

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